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We’re sure you’re well aware of the brouhaha surrounding Chick-fil-a ever since owner Dan Cathy said he supports “the biblical definition of the family unit.” So there’s no need to get into that here. But what will get into here is how much of fan of Chick-fil-a Lions linebacker Justin Durant is.
You see, Justin Durant is such a big fan of Chick-fil-a’s chicken and lemonade that no matter what issues the restaurant supports, he will continue to support them. Even if the issue is slavery.
On Wednesday, Durant was in the dark about the reason for all the fuss about Chick-fil-a:
What happened w/ Chick-Fil-A?
— Justin Durant (@JDurant52) August 1, 2012
Then, a helpful follower filled him in:
Lmaooo RT @_westsidebg: @jdurant52 owner said some **** bout he doesn’t support gay marriage. People fake upset and gonna fake boycott
— Justin Durant (@JDurant52) August 1, 2012
And from there, Durant gives his take on it all:
Chick-Fil-A not even open on Sunday how people shocked that the o...
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Lions LB Justin Durant may have been trying to prove a point, but did he take his support for Chick-fil-A too far?
Detroit Lions linebacker Justin Durant made a few comments on Twitter about the Chick-Fil-A national appreciation day (Credit: AP Photo/Paul Sancya
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